WEDNESDAY, 12th OCTOBER 2016 

 

 

Opportunities in Tunisia

Trading Opportunities to be unveiled at Tunisia 2020 Summit

 

Opportunities in Tunisia introduced Tunisia 2020 – a forthcoming international economic development conference due to take place in Tunis, 29th -30th November 2016. This conference launched the 2016-2020 Development Plan, Tunisia’s reform programme and its major infrastructure projects looking for investment.

Join up for the UK Trade Mission to attend Tunisia 2020 to take advantage of the trading opportunities that will be emerging.

 

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Market Background

Tunisia’s transition to democracy made remarkable progress. The country ratified a democratic constitution, a general election ushered in a new parliament forming a national unity government with four of the five largest parties, while welcoming its first democratically elected president.


Tunisia has high expectations for economic growth, and President Caid Essebsi has called for structural reforms to overcome substantial economic challenges. These include a revised investment code; a new public-private partnership law; and reforms to banking, taxes, and customs. Enacting these reforms will be essential for attracting foreign and domestic investment.


Tunisia has a highly diversified economy. With a population of slightly over 10 million, it has one of the highest standards of living on the continent and prospered under long-standing government policies to develop manufacturing, tourism and agriculture. The high education level of the active population combined with sound macroeconomic management and the quality of public institutions offer particularly favourable conditions for doing business.
 


 

Speakers

 


H E Mohamed Fadhel Abdelkefi

Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, Tunisia

 

HMA Hamish Cowell

UK Ambassador to Tunisia

 

H E Nabil Ammar

Ambassador of Tunisia to the United Kingdom

 

Dr. Slim Feriani

Special Economic Envoy of the Government of Tunisia to the UK

Chief Investment Officer, Gulf Central Agency Asset Management

 

Mr Mehdi Ben Abdallah

President of the Tunisian British Chamber of Commerce

   


 

VENUE
 
THE ARAB BRITISH
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

43 Upper Grosvenor Street
London, Mayfair
W1K 2NJ

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Time:

3.00pm for registration.

The event will run from 3.30pm until 6pm, followed by a networking reception from 6.00pm till 8.30pm.

 


For more information, please contact:

Trade Department on

+44 (0) 20 7659 4881 or email: cliff.lawrence@abcc.org.uk

 

For all Media, Events and Venue Hire please contact the PR and Event Team on:

+44 (0) 20 7659 4899 or email: alaa@abcc.org.uk

 

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